Subject Index - Christian Fiction
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- At the Scent of Water, by Linda Nichols.
This is a bitter sweet romance that focuses on Sam and Annie Truelove who break up after the tragic death of their daughters. Years later, they are brought back together by chance, and try to rebuild their lives together.
- Babylon Rising: The Secret on Ararat, by Tim LaHaye & Bob Phillips.
In the secend volume of the Babylon Rising series, archaeologist Michael Murphy ascends Mount Ararat in pursuit of Noah’s Ark.
- The Betrayal, by Beverly Lewis.
The second volume in the Abram's Daughters saga about four marriage-aged Amish sisters.
- The Bishop in the West Wing, by Andrew M. Greeley.
In this Blackie Ryan adventure, Bishop Ryan must relieve the White House of a poltergeist while saving the Presidents from those who want to destroy both the man and his presidency.
- A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens.
When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in 1843, little did he realize that this little story would become one of the best loved Christmas stories around. So step back in time and listen to this dramatic reading of Dickens' classic tale featuring Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim.
- The Copper Scroll, by Joel C. Rosenberg.
In this, the sequel to The Ezekiel Option, Jon Bennett and Erin McCoy are searching for the copper scroll, a scroll that, if it can be deciphered, will lead to a magnificent treasure and the Ark of the Covenant. Once this treasure is found, it is prophesied that it will be used to build the Third Temple in Jerusalem. There are forces, however, that don't want the temple rebuilt, and they'll do whatever it takes to ensure that the scroll's code is never broken.
- The Covenant, by Beverly Lewis.
Book 1 of the Abram's Daughters series, which highlights the coming-of-age rumschpringe of Sadie and Leah Ebersol, during which they must decided if they will formally commit to following the Old Ways of their Amish community.
- Dana's Valley, by Janette Oke and Laurel Oke Logan.
Anyone who has ever had family members with cancer will find this book an accurate and realistic portrayal of the pain, denial, anger, sadness, and family relationships that will never be the same again.
- Dinner with a Perfect Stranger, By David Gregory.
Nick Cominsky accepts an invitation to have dinner with Jesus Christ. He soon finds that it is not a trick being played on him by his colleagues. The man who beleives that he is Jesus not only knows a remarkable amount about Christianity but also Nick’s personal life.
- The Englisher, by Beverly Lewis.
Sequel to The Preacher's Daughter. While Annie struggles to give up her art for six months, she meets handsome Englisher, Ben Martin.
- The Ezekiel Option, by Joel C. Rosenberg.
In this, the third book in the Jon Bennett series, the prosperity and peace that was so promising in The Last Day is quickly giving way to a possibly apocalyptic scenario as a nuclear armed Russian-Iranian coalition, bent upon the destruction of Israel, begins to take a prominent place on the world stage, both politically and militarily.
- Front Porch Tales, by Philip Gulley.
A collection of real-life inspirational stories from Philip Gulley's newsletter of his Quaker church.
- Gilead, by Marilynne Robinson.
Rev. John Ames, in failing health, gives an account of his life in the form of a letter to to his seven-year-old son, for him to read when he is grown.
- Hadassah - One Night With the King, by Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen.
A fictional retelling of the story of the Bible heroine, Esther, Queen of Persia, told from a Christian perspective.
- Hometown Legend, by Jerry B. Jenkins.
Soon, the Athens City Crusaders will cease to exist. But they still have once last chance at glory before their highschool is closed. To help the football team to win their final championship match, the school enlists the help of Buster Schuler. But can he do it? Not only does Schuler have to overcome his own demons, but the team is also far from being championship material.
- The Hope Within, by Tracie Peterson.
Book 4 of the bestselling Heirs of Montana series. Dianne Selby and her children must survive a devistating winter alone in Montana.
- If I Gained the World, By Linda Nichols.
A gripping novel about the pain of loss, and how faith can mend not only a broken heart, but also a family.
- Left Behind Series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins.
- Left Behind, Book 1.
Imagine that you are on an airplane, and suddenly, without warning, people disappear. One instant you are looking at them, and the next your looking at their clothes settling to the floor. To heighten the situation, when the people disappeared, they left behind all non-natural parts of their bodies, such as eyeglasses, hearing aids, artificial hips, and pace makers. Now imagine the chaos that ensues, and you have the beginning of this book.
- Tribulation Force, Book 2.
This, the second volume in the Left Behind series primarily concerns the formation of the Tribulation Force, a task force to study and prepare for the coming tribulations, and Nicolae's tightening control over the world.
- Nicolae: The Rise of the Antichrist Book 3.
In book three of the Left Behind Series, the Tribulation Force's pastor and mentor, Bruce Barnes, is dead. Worst yet, Nicolae Carpathia has loosed a nuclear attack against the U.S., how can the Force survive?
- Soul Harvest: The World Takes Sides Book 4.
Book four of the Left Behind Series, find Chloe and Amanda missing as a result of the massive global earthquake that shook the earth. And more terrible events are about to occur, one third of all the plants and all the fish Earth are destined to be destroyed, and one third of all the water will become poisoned.
- Apollyon: The Destroyer is Unleashed Book 5.
Book five of the Left Behind Series finds swarms of locust attacking nonbelievers. But when a third of the sun goes dark and meteors begin to strike the earth, it affects both believers and nonbelievers alike. Throughout all these tribulations, Chloe and Hattie continue with their pregnancies.
- The Assassins: Assignment - Jerusalem, Target - Antichrist
Big things happen in this, the sixth volume in the Left Behind series. 200 million horsemen riding fire breathing horses descend upon the earth and slay one third of the remaining population. But worse is in store for Carpathia, more than one person is bent upon killing him....
- The Indwelling: The Beast Takes Possession Book 7.
Book seven in the Left Behind series finds the Tribulation Force anxiously awaiting the repercussions that they expect to arise following the resurrection of the Antichrist. Rayford Steele is on the run, fingered as Carpathia's killer. Half the seven-year tribulation period has passed. Apprehension, terror, and uncertainty are emotions that constantly assail the Tribulation Force's members. They have survived so much, but can they survive what is to come?
- The Mark: The Beast Rules the World Book 8.
In book eight, Carpathia as ordered that everyone is to bear his mark, either on their forehead or on their hand. In addition to this mark, a small chip will also be imbedded under the skin. This chip can be used to track people, and it will also work like pseudo credit card. If you decide not to take the mark, the Global Community Forces get to use "...immediate-response mechanisms for the reluctant." In laymen's terms, if you say no, you are sent straight to the guillotine.
- Glorious Appearing: The End of Days Book 12.
In this, the final installment of the Left Behind series, the seven years of Tribulation are coming to an end and the winner will take all at the battle of Armageddon.
- Light from Heaven, by Jan Karon.
The final volume in the Mitford Years series. Episcopal priest Father Timothy Kavanagh has been assigned to revive a small mountain church that hasn't had an active congregation in forty years.
- The Lovely Bones , by Alice Sebold.
Sebold turns the tragic death of a 14 year old girl into a suspenseful story of family, love and hope, from the narriative of Susie Salmon, already in heaven.
- The Prodigal , by Beverly Lewis.
In book 4 of the Abram's Daughters series, Lydiann has arrived at the traditional rumschpringe and must decide if she will commit to the Old Ways.
- The Sacrifice, by Beverly Lewis.
The third volume in the Abram's Daughters saga about four marriage-aged Amish sisters growing up in the 1940s.
- Sanctuary, by Beverly & David Lewis.
Melissa has a perfect life, a beautiful home, and a loving husband. What would make her suddenly packs her bags and flee from her home, without a word to her husband? The answer to this intriguing question will stun you, and Melissa's reaction will inspire you.
- The Solitary Envoy, by T. Davis Bunn and Isabella Bunn.
In 1812, after her family's business is destroyed during the British invasion of Washington, D.C., Erica Langston heads to England to collect an outstanding debt. There she becomes embroiled in the war effort and comes face to face with the man responsible for her family's misfortunes.
- Written on the Wind, by Judith Pella.
Set against the backdrop of World War II, Book 1 in the Daughters of Fortune series, introduces the three daughters of Keagan Hayes - reporter Cameron, party-girl Blair, and college student, Jackie.
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